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Some of them are straight lines, some are spirals and rectangles and trapezoids, and some are animals: whales, ducks, hummingbirds.
The monument, a 5,000-pound trapezoid of white concrete, is in a small clearing near the center of this tiny Berkshires town, overlooking the Housatonic River.
The bedroom’s shape could be described as a parallelogram attached to a trapezoid.
The aluminum green trapezoid represents greenspace that could occupy the void where the Trade Center plaza once stood.
In true Christo form, the trapezoid will rest on a floating platform in the middle of the Serpentine Lake, totally and blissfully out of the context of its natural surroundings.
The shape of the building is an exaggerated trapezoid and the roof surfs up from the harbor like the top of a wave.
The lighting is discreet and natural wood abounds — walls, wine racks, benches and even the ceiling are mosaics of timber triangles and trapezoids.
Floors require specialized cuts with trapezoids and tiny triangles at the edges, and cabinet makers have a tough time working with curved walls.
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TRAPEZOID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trapezoid for English Language Learners
: a four-sided shape that has two sides that are parallel and two sides that are not parallel
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